I'm just wondering, has there ever been an official comment made by Steve as to his attitude/views on Gaming on the Mac ? Way way back when I had my Atari 8-Bit and the Apple II was out (the early days) I recall seeing many games for the Apple machine. From memory I don't recall and special graphics chips back then like what was put into the Atari by it's designer and then followed onto the Amiga. Apple and it's Mac went all WIMP and small box business like and I must admit I lost track (mentally) or what Apple were doing, as the Atari ST / Commodore Amiga came out which were a lot cheaper and for me a lot more exciting machines at the time. Since then Apple and Gaming has seen to be a "chicken and egg" problem. Games developers never really wrote much as games did not run well, and as there were not many games, then Apple never really went out of it's way to support them with "gaming hardware" I may be wrong there, but that's history really anyway. I'm just wondering what Steve's official line is now, esp as we have Steam making an effort at last. Does Steve just believe Games are not important for the Mac and people should use consoles to play games with. Or people should just be happy with the hardware the Mac's offer and never ask for more? Or will he decide with Steam coming, it's about time Apple shook off the past and really went for the high end gaming market. Perhaps it's all too late? Anyone know of any official views?